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The patriarchal and colonial education of Filipinas

The patriarchal and colonial education of Filipinas

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Published by University of the Philippines, College of Education in [Manila] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Jakarta : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1996. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.

Statementby Wilhelmina S. Orozco.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/82190 (L)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination16 leaves
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1260851M
LC Control Number94942886

Seattle, WA — For its Filipino American History Month theme, the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the Military Bases Agreement between the United States and the Philippines, the monumental effect it had on US-Philippines relations and the larger Pacific Rim, and the profound effect the law had upon the Filipina/o American. The Social Construction of the Filipino Woman Macherey as he expounds on the Althusserian concept of the ideological state apparatus (Mercer & Radford, ). Bourgeois ideology, according to him, must be seen as a well-constructed, coherent totality from which there is no escape once entered into because of its veneer of consolida- by:

"Barbara Jane Reyes' anguished and incantatory fifth collection, Invocation to Daughters, feels like a City Lights book for a new generationAs in her previous collections, Reyes sometimes chooses not to translate everything into English, a small reversal of linguistic privilege as it typically operates in the U.S. Righteous rage characterizes many of these poems, but the collection. patriarchal politics philippine singapore southeast asian philippines literary chin writers culture nationalism polygamy narrative marriage malay woman gendered filipino colonial eds representations roles identities postcolonial sexual independence.

  Thus, in , through the passage of the Pensionado Act, qualified Filipino students could be sent to the United States to further their education. These students were called pensionados since they were scholars studying at the expense of the colonial government. The Philippine Islands, as a colony, had at that date only just come into existence, but during the series of Anglo-Spanish wars which preceded the “Family Compact” (vide p. 87), Philippine-Mexican galleons laden with treasure became the prey of British commanders, notably Admiral Anson.


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